23 Oct. A seminar hosted by Rome's Pontifical Irish College examines the role played by the Irish Catholic church in the founding of the Irish Free State and subsequent years.

Under the auspices of the Irish National Institute for Historical Research and the Embassy of Ireland to the Holy See, the themes include the Christian Brothers' legacy of education, contributions made by senior bishops and the building of the new Irish College in Rome in 1926.

Featuring Ambrose Macauley, Todd Morrissey SJ, D

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Address Pontificio Collegio Irlandese, Via dei Santi Quattro, 1, 00184 Roma, email: ufficio@irishcollege.org www.irishcollege.org.

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The Catholic Church and the founding of the Irish State 1914-1937

Pontificio Collegio Irlandese, Via dei Santi Quattro, 1, 00184 Roma, email: ufficio@irishcollege.org www.irishcollege.org.

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